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ICES 31 AH. 

An I the rlory of the Lord. 
An! lie -lull purity. 

All »,■, Ilka iheep. 

Xor uii!o us a child Is born. 
Olory to God. 
Hie yoke in eniiy, 

Oh, Thou thai fclleat. (Sons and Chorua.) 
IluVlujih. 
Lift up \onr hearie. 
The I.or.l five- the word. 
Their noun. 1 in gone out. 
Worthy la the Lamb. 
fTJSAS MACCABEUS. 

n, yeutllieted children. 
O ftlUuf, who-o Almighty power. 
Vfe i-ninc In li.ieht urruy. 
D.Ulnl-ulof danger. 

nihil i« the 1'"'-. 

lluar me, o Lord, 

Tun': vnnr h in.*. 

fill'. Judsroi liuiipy land. 

AVe heir. 

\ v.-r will how down. 

lllllelujiiu, A ., ii. 
BLXJAH. 

'i inn^a ho to God. 

II' w ilchlnic aver I"-ncl. 

Ans I trio. - l-iit Uiina • ■.■«. 

V' I loth III'- l^tnj PCfl It Out. 

ji t — . : i.,- Ihg mon.Jn. 
Hull, woerj to thee. (Nell.) 

Ha th it >h ill endure to tie: end. 
Heboid, Uesl tew Loid pjJMod by. 
BAM30N. 

A .vj*- th" trnmpet'. t.:fty tound. 

i' .. il i rented bei 

Then, round uliout the ntnrry throne, 
>'i x'-il in Hi* everlaiUDg teat. 

T.i fiiiii- i lortil ir<>. 

Oct UHKini ha* • ulidurd nnr foe. 
L. t their celestial euueerte, fct. 



II ippv ami bluet ere they. 
How lowly era the ine..ensere, 
Bli-i-lK in, wnkr. > 
i hi_-h.i 



Oh.rr.-ntl.il, 
Oh, b« jrrnciou 



depth. 



MOUNT op olivrs. 

Uall>. lujali i_U.iru». 



I3RAZL IN EQY77. 

He r ivi- them hnilftonei for rain. 

itut, fta for Jin people. 

lint the water* oYe-rwVlined, **c 

Thy rirlithm.l. t) burl. 

Bins; ye to the Lord. (The Iloree and hi* Rider..' 
CREATION. 

Awake the harp. 

Achieved is the rlorlona worfc. 

The mirvelloua work. (Sung end Choroa.) 

The heaveni »re (.,;,,,„-. 

The Lord ia greai. 
SHASOS3. 

Coine, eentle «prlnr. 
WOMAN OP SAMARIA. 

Therefore with juy, etc. 

Come. O I.rai I. 

And bleaaed, blcaaed be the Lord. 
KT.I, 

Let the people pr^l*^ Thee. 

NoeviUholl befall Thee. > 

Angela' Chorua. (r'euiaie vol«ee.;j 
NAAMAN. 

The earee of the Lord. 

"When Punlne over I- n-L 

With •heethed awordn. . 

God, who cannot be unjuet, 
JOSHUA. 

Her, th* ronnnrrin™ hero comee. 

The great Jcb.ov.eu. 
HTiDJ OP PRAISB. 

Let nil iii.ii n.-ai«e the Lo-d. 

1 waited for the Lord. ( Duet aed Choroa.) 

All ye that cried uoto the Lord. 
PASSION MUSIC. (Arconllnjr I-, St. Matthew.) 

Three ChorjN. (N ,.. .1. .-, I. C I.) 

Around thy tomb here «:t we weeping. 
MOZART'S TWELFTH MAS3. 

Gloria. 
MOSES IN EOTPT. 

NUrht'a abode uolonrer. 

Prayer (O Thou, wlio»e power). 
STABAT MATER. 

l.i.hinnului. (Son- aad Chorua.) 
A3 THE HART TANT3. 

\- UU hut p-;..U. 

MI3C3T.,LANnOU3. (Three Chomie on one Sheet) 
llueeuui Nttlnnil llrran. 

Luther'. Jiidiriinnt-IIvin-i. 
A •trong c-i»tie 1» our Ixird. 



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Alplno Fcho Emerson. C 

As it fell upon a Day Mornington. 8 

.Autumn Song Metultlstiohn. 8 

Awake, jEolean Lyre Dauby. 6 

(,'orao, let ua be Merry and Gay Young. 8 

Come, Fairest Nympn Mornington. 6 

Curfew Juderton. 6 

Crabbed Ago and Youth Sterms. 6 

Daughter of Error Bishop. 6 

Ever-bo happy " Enchantress." 8 

Faraway the Camp Firo "Cruirame-nfo." 6 

Fairest Daughter of the Year Dauby. 6 

Farewell to I lie Forest Mendelssohn. 6 

Freedom, tio<l, and Kight Barnby. 

Foresters Bishop. 6 

Great Apollo, strike tho Lyre U'ef'oe. 6 

Dallant and Gayly Hartley. 6 

{Gypsy I.ifo Sckumann.U 

(ioo.l Night, Lieloved PinsutL « 

Hall I Smiling Morn Spofforth, 6 

Hail ! Merry, Merry Christmas Young. C 

Happy and Light " Jlohemian Girl'." 6 

Hark! A|X)llo strikes the Lvro Bishop, 8 

Hark ! each Spartan Ilouud Bishop. 6 

Hark! the Lark t'ooi«. 6 

Hero in Cool Grot Mornington. 6 

Highlands •• La Dame Blanche." 6 

In the Forest Mendelssohn, 6 

May Song Menrtelssoh n. 8 

Mighty .lehovali '• / .1/nrfiri." 8 

Mountain Land Emerson. 8 

Morn unbars tho Gates Ilosmer. C 



Moore's Celebrated Songs, for four rokee. 
TV latt fto*e of ."nmwnrr, > 

if.hr. e me, V ' off l/io.» A'nr/em-in^ Voh*j Oonni, J ( 
TU Jlarjt tout one* Ihrv' Twu'm JIulU, ) 

Morning Prayer. 1 ir » i v_ * 

New Year's Song. } Mtn.lelsschn. • 

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Once ujioii My Cheek Calcott. C 

Ono Gentle Heart "Matilda." 8 

On this Day of Joy "Sicilian Vespers." 8 

Pilgrim Chorus " /.«miarrfi."10 

Presage of Spring 1'rimroeo Mendelssohn. 6 

Bald, (The) Bishop. 6 

Uc*t, Spirit, Rest Kooke. 8 

Shady Grovcefor Love l'<m Iiree. 7 

Seng of tho Lark Mendelssohn. 8 

I Star of Descending Night Emerson. 8 

See tho Chariot at hand Hortley. 6 

Soldier's Chorus " Faust ."10 

Sweet and Low iJarntry. C 

Swiss People's Song Kucken. 8 

To thee, O Country J. Eichberg.VS 

Tramp Chorus Hithoji.lO 

Tvroleso Song of Freedom Lipjntt. 

Victoria, Victoria " Era Diniolo." t 

Where tho Deo Sticks Arne and Jackson. 8 

With Hawk and Houmi RLshop. 8 

What Phrase. Sad and Soft Bishop. 8 

When Wearied Wretches JILshtp. 8 

Youthful Pleasure Bishop. 



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SAX HORN INSTRUCTOR. 



THE NOTES AND STAFF. 

Tho characters by which Musical Sounds are expressed, are called Notes ; there are in Music but seven notes, and 
they aro named from the first seven letters of the Alphabet, 

A, B, C, D, E, F, G. 

When a Melody extends to eight, nine or more notes, you begin at the eighth, and repeat the foregoing letters in 
the same ordor. In a descending melody tho letters are named backwards, 

G, F, E, D, C, B, A 
STAFF. 



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A Staff consists of five parallel lines, Ex : Z — a — i and four spaces between the lines, Ex : a 

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»n which lines or spaces the heads of the notes are placed. When the melody ascends above, or descends below the 



itafF, the heads of the notes are placed on lines, called Ledger lines, Ex : 
formed by the Ledger Lines. 



or in the spaces 



CLEFS. 



Clefs are placed at the beginning of the staff, to ascertain the name and pitch of the notes. The Treble Clef is 
ased for the Soprano (E>) Alto (Bb) and Tenor (Eb) Sax Horn. The Base Clef is used for the Baritone (Bb) Base 
(Bbj and Contra Base (Eb) Sax Horn. 



The Treble Clef is shaped thus : 



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The Base Clef is shaped thus 



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NAMES OF THE NOTES. 



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A TABLE OP THE VALUE OP THE NOTES, 

. SHOWING THEIR RESPECTIVE PROPORTIONS. 

One Whole note is equal 

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Scnatzman's Sax Horn Instructor. V 

THE RESTS. 

Rests are characters denoting silence, equal in duration to that of the Notes which they represent, and are intend- 
ed, either to produce some particular effect, or to complete the Measure. When there is a rest of several Mcasurcf 
which frequently occurs in playing with other instruments, the number of Measures is either marked by a figur*) 
over the Staff, or by small strokes across it. Ex : 

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THE DOT AND DOUBLE DOT. 



A Dot added to a Note makes it half as long again. Ex : p> • 1 j is equal to a half note and a quarter note, 

or three quarter notes, A second Dot added to a Note makes it three fourths longer. Ex : 1 •*-]] is equal to 
a quarter, an eighth, and a sixteenth. 

A Dot or Double Dot added to a rest makes it half, or three fourths longer. 

Ex: $• is equal to f 7, or X" is equal to * *} Z. 

THE SHARP, PLAT, AND NATURAL 

A Sharp jj raises a note a Semitone, or half tone. 

A Flat b lowers a note a Semitone, or half tone. 

A Double Sharp x raises a note two Semitones, or whole tone. 



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A Double Flat \h lowers a note two Semitones, or whole tone. 

A Natural \ placed before a note already sharp or flat, reduces it to its original state. 

A Natural to take off a Double Sharp fejj or a Double Flat Jjk 

A Double Sharp cannot be used but to a Note already sharp, and the same rule holds good as to the Double Flat 

When a Sharp or a Flat is placed immediately after the Clef, on a line or in a space, all the notes on such line or 
space and their octaves, are played sharp or flat throughout that Movement; but it frequently happens that a sharp, 

6 at, or natural is introduced in the progress of a Movement, and it is then termed an accidental sharp, flat, or nat- 
ural ; such accidental only affects the notes of the Measure. 

TIME. 

A Musical Composition is divided into equal measures, by perpendicular lines drawn through the Staff, called 
I z| All the Notes therefore that are placed between two Bars constitute one Measure. 



ftars, Ex 



Every measure must contain a certain number of Notes, or what is equal to them. A measure may be wholly or 
. »artially filled with Rests, according to the Time marked at the beginning of a movement 



Schatzman's Sax Horn Instructor. 9 

There are two sorts of Time : — Common or equal, and Triple or unequal, — each of which is either Simple or 
Compound. 

Simple Common Time is expressed by -0 , <£- , or | . 

Compound Common Time is expressed by £ , | , J- 4 2 , 'g 4 . 

Simple Triple Time is expressed by 3 , £ , or § . 

Compound Triple Time is expressed by | , or g . 

When the Time is expressed by -g- , or <£- , the Measure or Bar contains one Whole note or its equivalent 

When the Time is expressed by Figures, the under figure will always inform you how many parts the Whole note 
is to be divided into, and the upper figure the number of such divisions requisite to fill the measure. 

Ex : | . The 4 denotes that the Whole note is to bo divided into 4 equal parts ; the 2, that the measure will re- 
quire two of those four parts to fill it ; consequently, the f denotes that the measure must have two quarter notes, or 
their equivalent 

Ex : I . The 8 denotes Chat the Whole note is to be divided into 8 equal parts ; the 6, that the measure will 
require six of those eight parts to fill it ; consequently, the § denotes that the measure must have six eighth notes, 
or their equivalent : and the same of all the other figures. 

The Double Bar, thus, || divides the moasures into Strains; and whon dotted thus, || or :||: denotes that th« 
Strain is to be repeated. 



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APPOGGIATURA, or LEANING NOTE. 



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Graces are Notes which are added by the performer to embellish the Melody. The principal are the Shake, the 
Beat, the Appoggiatura, and the Swell The marks by which these embellishments are indicated, and the mode of 
playing them, are as follows. 



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A TABLE OP ALL THE KEYS. 



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Rclativo 
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SCALE OF Ek OR SOPRANO SAX HORN. 

The Soprano Sax Horn plays same part as E > Bugle. 



Open Sounds. 



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SCALE OF Bi\ OR ALTO SAX HORN. 

The Alto Sax Horn plays same part as B V Cornet 

Open Sounds. First Valve. Second Valve. Third Valve. 

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8CALE OP EI>, OR TENOR SAX HORN. 

Tiie Tenor Sax Horn plays same part as E > Ophecleide. 



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SCALE OP Eb, CONTRA BASS SAX HORN. (3 Valves.)* 
Open Sounds. First Valve. Second Valve. Third Valve. 



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EXERCISES ON VARIOUS INTERVALS. 

The first six exercises are for Soprano, Alto, and Tenor Sax Horn. 

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EXERCISES FOR BASE, AND BARITONE SAX HORN 



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The following lessons are in the Natural scaie ot me Sax Horn, and should he played pronouncing the word Te, 
to acquire a good tone and firm Embouchure. It will be perceived that a portion of the exercises are written in the 
Treble Clef, and a portion in the Base Clef. 

EXERCISES FOR SOPRANO, ALTO, OR TENOR SAX HORN. 



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The following lessons are strongly recommended to be practised with the view to enable the Student to perform 
with facility, the staccato and gliding passages, without which it is impossible to give to music its proper expression. 

EXERCISES FOR SOPRANO, ALTO, AND TENOR SAX HORN. 



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EXERCISES FOR BV BARITONE SAX HORN. 

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VA.NKEE DOODLE. 

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PARTANT POUR LA SYRIE. 



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PARTANT POUR LA SYRIE, Continued. 






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Greatorex Collection. Cloth, $1.75; Boards 

Harp of Judah. L. O. EMERSON 

Jubilee. W.M. B. BRADBURY 

Jubilate. L.O.Emerson 

Key Note. Bradbury 

Modern Harp. White & Gould 

New Carmina Sacra. Lowell Mason 

Offering. L. H. SOUTHARD 

Temple Choir. By Bradbury, Seward, & L. Mason . 
Sabbath Guest. New Anthems. Emerson & Morey . 



$1 60 
1 50 
1 60 
1 60 
1 50 
150 
1 60 
1 60 
1 60 
1 50 
1 60 
1 60 



Harmony, Thorough Bass, &c 

Boston Academy's Manual. By L. Mason $ 75 

Burrowes's Thorough- Buss Primer. fiO cents. Com- 
panion to Primer 75 

Marx's General Musical Instructions 2 00 

Moore's Encyclopaedia of Music 6 i 

Oliver's Thorough Bass. Cloth, 67; boards 60 

Southard's Thorough Bass and Harmony. ... 67 
Weber's Musical Composition. 2 vols ........ 6 00 

Vocal Methods. 

Basslnl's Method. Complete, $4.00. Abridged, 83.00. 

Tenor Voice $4 00 

Garcia's School of Singing. New Edition 6 00 

Mason's (Dr. Lowell) Large Music Charts, 2 Series. 

(Cannot be sent by mail.) Each 800 

Panseron's ABC. $4.00. Abridged 100 

Standard Singing-School. L. II. SOUTHARD 3 00 

Wilhem's Method. Adapted to Schoolroom. By Hullah 60 

Accordeon, Concertina, Clarionet, Flageolet, Banjo, 
Fife, Brum, &c 

Winner's New School for Accordeon, Clarionet, Flage- 
olet, and Fife. Each 76 

Winner's Perfect Guide for German Concertina .... 75 

Buckley's Banjo Guide 75 

Dulcimer Instructor 60 

Army Drum and Fife Book 75 

Draper's Fife Melodies 00 

Oratorios, Cantatas, && 

Creation, $1.00; David, $1.00; Eli, $2.00; Elijah, $1.60f 
Judas Maccabeus, $1.06; Israel in Egypt, $1.00; 
Messiah, $1.00; Moses In Egypt, $2.26; Naantan, 
$2.00; Passion Music (Bach), $2.50; Samson, $1.36; 
St. Paul 1 60 

Choruses. Creation, 75 cts.; Israel is Egypt, 7& eti. , Eli, 
$1.25; Elijah, $1.00; Messiah, 75 cts.; Moses in Egypt, 
60 cts.; Naaman.Sl.ffl; Peace Jubilee Music, 50 cts. ; Ros- 
sini's Me.-se Solenelle, $1.25; Passion Music, $1.00; 
Samson. 90 cts.; St. Paul, $1.00 1 00 

Classical Cantatas. As the Hart pants, 50 cts. ; Come 
let us Sing, 50 cts.; Hear my Prayer, CO cts.; Hymn of 
Praise, 75 cts. ; Lay of the Bell, ;5 cts.; May Queen, $1.26; 
St. Cecilia's Day, $1.25; Transient and Eternal 88 

Easy Cantatas. Belshazzar's Keast,50 cts. ; Burning Ship, 
85 cts. ; Daniel, 50 cts. ; Esther, 50 cts. ; Flower Queen, 
7'5cts.; Haymakers, $1.00; Picnic,$1.00; Pilgrim Fathers, 
50 cts. ; Spring Holiday, 76 cts.; Storm King, 38 cts.; Win- 
ter-Evening Entertainment , 125 

For Schools. Song-Garden. Book 1. 60 cts.; Book II. 80 
cts.; Book III. $100. Golden Robin, 50 cts.; Golden 
Wreath, 50cts.; Merry Chimes, SOcts.; Nightingale . . . SO 

Sabbath Schools. Glad Tidings, 35 cts.; Morning Stars, 

35 cts.; Apples of Gold in Pictures of Silver 35 



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